Night At The Family Dog DVD

(PR) On August 7 Eagle Vision releases Ralph J. Gleason Presents A Night At The Family Dog on DVD. The concert, held in September of 1970, featured the brightest three lights of the Bay Area, Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead and Santana. Night At The Family Dog first aired on The National Educational Television Network in 1971.

Carlos Santana and his band were riding high on the wave of their classic 1969 self-titled debut. Their second album had yet to be released. Grateful Dead was already five albums strong. Their sixth, American Beauty, was on the brink of release. The band was at the height of its power, with keyboardist Ron “Pigpen” McKernan still alive. Jefferson Airplane was the headliner, at that time the biggest band in the land. Volunteers, their politically-charged sixth album, had yet to be released.

The 60-minute show (retail $14.98) features “Incident At Neshabur” and “Soul Sacrifice” by Santana, “Hard To Handle,” “China Cat Sunflower” and “I Know You Rider” by The Dead, “The Ballad Of You And Me And Pooneil” and “Eskimo Blue Day” by Jefferson Airplane before a psychedelic jam with all three bands plus members of Quicksilver Messenger Service and The Steve Miller Band!

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